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  • Guest Post by Terry Reese: My A-Z List Ruby Gem and Demo Application

    If you haven’t been paying attention, OCLC has been quietly working to provide greater developer access to a wide variety of their services.  They’ve been expanding their API...

  • System Maintenance on February 23

    System maintenance to the WorldShare platform will be performed this weekend to both the Institution Registry and the Identity Management (IDM) systems, affecting web services that require

  • Developer House Projects

    We had a great brainstorming session on Monday where we talked a lot about the kinds of applications and services libraries might want and how those intersect with existing OCLC web services. Out of several ideas, a few floated to the top and work is...

  • Now Playing: WorldCat knowledge base API Workshop

    I hope everyone who attended the webinar last week enjoyed it - thanks for attending and participating! Jeff Carter and Brian Cassidy were terrific! We love seeing the API in action and they are doing some really interesting things with this API at t...

  • Register for the WorldCat Knowledge Base API Workshop on 29 Oct, 2013

    I'm excited to announce the second event in our API Workshop series - the WorldCat knowledge base API Workshop. If you missed the first one, the WorldCat Metadata API Workshop, check out the

  • May 2013 Enhancements to the Worldshare Platform

    Work continues on keeping our web services up to date and the following improvements are now available for two APIs.

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